I am an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford. In the main part of my research, I study individual decision-making with a special interest on its psychological foundations. I aim to better understand the relevant behavioral traits affecting individual decisions and their welfare implications. I am also interested in collective decision-making procedures, with a special focus on collective welfare. I have lectured several Microeconomics subjects, both at the undergraduate and graduate level.
As part of my Oxford professorial life, I am also the Lord Thomson of Fleet Fellow at Balliol College, where I am a Tutor in Economics. This post involves preparing Balliol students for the different microeconomic subjects they face in their undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of Oxford.
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